Into the A+ Advice Box: US Politics Special Edition

We'll get back to your regular edition of Into the A+ Advice Box next month, but today, we wanted to do something a little different. With the 2020 Election just around the corner, we thought we'd open up our mailbag to your political questions.

Some political question or issue keeping you up at night? Need help preparing yourself or others for the 2020 election? If you've got questions, we've got answers... or, at the very least, you'll have a whole team of folks to commiserate with.

Q1:
Perhaps you could write a guide on how to do (realistic/manageable) political advocacy, because people sometimes don't know the best way forward. Is it better to Tweet criticisms for widespread audiences or volunteer to stuff envelopes with a more local campaign?
A:
Nicole: Autostraddle’s own KaeLyn Rich literally wrote the book on this! I recommend checking out Girls Resist!: A Guide to Activism, Leadership, and Starting a Revolution. In general, too, my best advice is to just go local. ...

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